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Agile Software Development methodologies are being widely adopted by technology organizations and other knowledge-based work. Agile Software Development methodologies have a reputation for being deceptively simple yet difficult to master. This course is designed to walk learners through the underlying mindset shift needed to be Agile, not just do Agile.
Day one focuses on the internal and cultural aspects necessary to create an environment for agile organizations.
Day two focuses on customer and stakeholder interactions and activities necessary for planning and designing, as well as introduce learners to agile technical practices.
Day three closes out the discussions about technical practices and focuses on reporting, metrics, feedback loops, and change management within an organization adopting agile software development methodologies. The end of day three includes two games intended to solidify the knowledge gained from this workshop and walk through two popular Agile Software Development methodologies: Kanban and Scrum.
Days begin at 730am to 8am. The morning session begins at 8am. Lunch from 12pm to 1pm. Afternnon session begins at 1pm and ends at 5pm. (Subject to minimal change based on the daily flow of the course.)
Training includes tuition, course workbook, and continental breakfasts, lunches, and beverages.
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- History and Mindset of Agile Software Development.
- Benefits of Agile Software Development methodologies on knowledge-industry projects.
- Tools for maximizing team success.
- Definition of the roles and responsibilities typically found in Agile Software Development.
- Clarity around the shifts expected for people in those roles.
- Methods for encouraging communication and building shared understanding.
- Techniques for building product vision and prioritization of work.
- Ability to lead estimation and planning efforts for work execution.
- Awareness of agile technical practices typically found in Agile Software Development methodologies including definitions and expected outcomes.
- Various Agile Software Development reporting and metric practices.
- Skills in eliciting and responding to customer feedback.
Information Technology professionals that are new to Agile Software Development or experienced Agile practitioners looking for professional credentials.
Certification and Continuing Education Credits
International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile)
This course is accredited by the ICAgile; fulfilling all learning objectives in the Agile Fundamentals track. Following successful completion of the course, you may apply for the ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) certification.
- Processing fees apply.
- To qualify for certification, consistent attendance all three days is required.
Scrum educational unit for Scrum Alliance
15 SEUs may be applied to Scrum Alliance certifications under the "Outside Events Education Unit"
Continuing certification requirements for PMI
24 hours of Continuing Certification Requirements (CCRs) may be claimed under "Informal Learning" for Project Management Institute certifications such as the PMP or PMI-ACP.